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Web Objects Documentation

WebObjects 3.5 Library

View  HTML The WebObjects Library provides information you'll need to make the best use of the WebObjects software. Note that some sections contain working examples of WebObjects code--code you can use directly in your applications.

Getting Started With WebObjects

Order  Book This book provides an introduction to WebObjects, showing you how to create applications that run on the World Wide Web or on corporate intranets. Through a series of tutorials, it teaches you how to use the WebObjects Builder and Project Builder tools, and illustrates the creation of a simple scripted application, a more complex application that access a database, and an application written in the Java programming language.

WebObjects Developer's Guide

Order  Book This book provides in-depth information on how WebObjects works and how you use the WebObjects Framework to create web-based applications. It describes in detail what happens during the WebObjects event loop (called the request-response loop), describes methods you can use to override the default processing during the request-response loop, and discusses advanced topics, such as how to provide a custom state-storage solution for your WebObjects application.

Enterprise Objects Documentation

Enterprise Objects 2.2

View  HTML A set of tools and resources that help you create applications that work with most popular relational databases--or with your own custom data store. You can design database applications that are easy to build and maintain, that can communicate with other applications, and that draw upon the standard interface features common to all Rhapsody applications.

Using Enterprise Objects Framework With OPENSTEP

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This book provides an introduction to the Enterprise Objects Framework, showing you how to create applications that access relational databases. It includes a tutorial that will teach you the basic steps involved in creating an Enterprise Objects Framework application. It also teaches you how to use the Project Builder, Interface Builder, and EOModeler programming tools to create your application's interface.